31 Andrew Kolmar
31 Andrew Kolmar
Birth Date: 01/30/1989
Height: 6-3
Weight: 215
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Mendham, N.J.
High School: Delbarton School
Position: OF
2009: Appeared in 21 games, including 15 starts in the outfield...Went .217 with four home runs and 12 runs batted in...Hit a two-run home run as a part of a 2-for-4 day at Towson on March 16...Went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer on April 4 against Columbia...Homered again the next day, hitting a three-run blast against Penn...Started in centerfield and went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles in game one against Fairfield on April 15...Hit a 400-foot home run at Hartford on April 23.

2008: Played in 27 games and made 18 starts...Posted first career hit at George Washington on March 2...Homered in each game of the Davidson series (March 9-10), the first two extra-base hits of his career...Also homered at Gardner-Webb (March 17) and in game two vs. Cornell (April 6)...Had first career multi-hit game against Cornell, going 2-for-4, while also scoring two runs.

Stuper Says: "Andrew is a very good athlete who is a very strong defensive outfielder. He has a pro throwing arm and a pro body. He also has very good power potential. He has a chance to be a very good player for us and after a solid freshman year, should be even better this year."

Getting to Know Andrew

Parents' Names: Jay and Laura Kolmar
Major: Undeclared
Best Athletic Moment: Hitting my first career collegiate home run at Davidson
Favorite MLB Team: New York Yankees
Favorite MLB Player: Grady Sizemore
Favorite Quote: "Success is how high you bounce when you hit the bottom." Gen. George S. Patton
Biggest Inspiration: Brian Fleury, my high school varsity baseball coach
Pregame Superstition: Put my uniform and cleats on left to right
One word to describe yourself as a person: Grounded
One word to describe yourself as a player: Bulldog
Why Yale?: Academics along with a baseball program filled with a rich history of tradition and sportsmanship
Which of your Yale teammates would make the best baseball coach and why?: Probably Ryan Brenner; generally catchers make good managers, and he has a good approach to the game.

Year       Avg  GP-GS    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD%
2008....  .226  27-18    62   14   14   1   0   4    8   27  .435   5   2  17   1  .304   0   4   2-3     35   0   6  .854
2009....  .217  21-15    60   10   13   3   0   4   12   28  .467   4   0  16   1  .266   0   0   0-0     28   1   3  .906
TOTAL...  .221  48-33   122   24   27   4   0   8   20   55  .451   9   2  33   2  .286   0   4   2-3     63   1   9  .877